I Know How It Feels: Lessons of a Lifelong Dream
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where it all begins, a life that is untold; uncut, uncensored, and as rough, rugged, and raw as it can be. Charles E. Clark Sr. autobiography, I Know How It Feels, is an intense memoir that characterizes his transition from a crime filled and disadvantaged childhood throughout his struggles to put away the childish things. Charles will shock the world as he reveals his true accounts of murder, drugs, growing up without a father, homelessness and crime sprees to his triumphant rescue, desire of love & loyalty, humility and a sense of renewed family values. He opens up his heart to reveal the real Charles E. Clark, and not what others think he is, should be or circumstances forces him to be.
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